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  • CLE Tight End #85
    David Njoku caught all four targets for 48 yards in the Browns’ Week 2 loss to the Steelers.
    Njoku was mostly an afterthought on this night, managing a low 10 percent team target market share. Although he ended the game second in receiving, the relative inadequacies of quarterback Deshaun Watson paired with devastating pressure from the Pittsburgh pass rush made it difficult for the offense to maintain any semblance of consistency. Fantasy managers are left waiting for Njoku to demonstrate the reported preseason chemistry with Watson for another week.
  • PHI Safety #30
    Eagles S Justin Evans (neck) is questionable to return in Week 3 against the Bucs.
    The Eagles entered Week 3 missing multiple members of their secondary and this isn’t going to make things any easier for them. Most notable among the injuries is Avonte Madox landing on the injured reserve ahead of this game. Evans has started both of Philly’s games this year and has 10 total tackles.
  • LAR Running Back #21
    Rams declared RB Zach Evans, OL Kevin Dotson, OL Warren McClendon, and DE Earnest Brown inactive for Week 3 against the Bengals.
    That leaves Ronnie Rivers and Royce Freeman to play behind Kyren Williams, the latter of whom logged an insane 95 percent snap rate a week ago.
  • CIN Quarterback #9
    Bengals QB Joe Burrow is active for Monday Night Football against the Rams.
    Burrow was notably absent from the team’s inactives list for their Week 3 meeting with the Rams. He’ll give it a go at less than 100 percent while dealing with an aggravated calf injury. Inactive for the Bengals are WR Trenton Irwin, RB Chris Evans, CB DJ Ivey, C Trey Hill, OT Jackson Carman, TE Irv Smith, and DT Jay Tufele. Expect tight end Drew Smaple to step into a more prominent role in the offense with Smith out.
  • CIN Quarterback #9
    NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports Bengals QB Joe Burrow is expected to start on Monday Night Football against the Rams.
    We are still awaiting official word from the team, who are expected to release their Week 3 inactives in the next 30 minutes, but it certainly sounds like Burrow will be under center for the Bengals despite being at less than 100 percent health. Burrow aggravated a calf injury sustained in camp last week and was reportedly a true game-time decision for the Bengals in Week 3. The 0-2 start might be playing a factor in the decision-making process here, so let’s hope Burrow is able to make it through the game unscathed.
  • TB Cornerback #24
    Bucs declared CB Carlton Davis III, LB SirVocea Dennis, DT Deadrin Senat, LB Markees Watts, OL Brandon Walton, TE Payne Durham, and DL Calijah Kancey inactive for Week 3 against the Eagles.
    Davis will now miss his second-straight game of the season with a toe injury despite logging limited practices throughout the week. Davis could be available for Week 4 against the Saints, but the Buccaneers will be thin at defensive back against a loaded Eagles receiving corps.
  • PHI Running Back #35
    Eagles declared WR Quez Watkins, QB Tanner McKee, CB Mario Goodrich, RB Boston Scott, OL Tyler Steen, DT Moro Ojomo, and TE Albert Okwuegbunam inactive for Week 3 against the Buccaneers.
    Boston Scott is dealing with a concussion, leaving the Eagles to roll with with D’Andre Swift, Kenneth Gainwell, and Rashaad Penny for this one. It was reported on Sunday that the Eagles plan to “ride the hot hand” at running back, meaning any of the three active backs could emerge as the lead ball carrier. Still, we’d expect the majority of touches to be split between Swift and Gainwell.
  • SF Wide Receiver #19
    Deebo Samuel (ribs) was not seen at Monday’s practice.
    Samuel took a hard shot to the ribs in the 49ers’ Week 3 win over the Giants and briefly exited the contest. He returned to finish out the day, but was ruled as being day-to-day by Kyle Shanahan the day after the game. X-Rays were negative for fractured ribs, so Samuel is likely dealing with bruising and soreness. He should have plenty of time to get right for Week 4 against the Cardinals, and could be taking things light before ramping things up on Wednesday.
  • SF Wide Receiver #11
    Brandon Aiyuk (shoulder) practiced on Monday.
    Aiyuk was sidelined for Thursday night’s contest against the Giants, but was back on the field to open the week. Aiyuk has had some extra time to rest his shoulder, which he injured in Week 2 against the Rams, and should have a good chance of playing in Week 4 against the Cardinals. Aiyuk will be a high-end WR3 in that matchup if he’s able to go.
  • CIN Quarterback #9
    When asked by ESPN’s Laura Rutledge about Joe Burrow’s Week 3 status vs. the Rams, Bengals HC Zac Taylor said, “we aren’t ready to reveal a decision just yet and will wait a couple more hours before we make a call.”
    The Bengals don’t have to make an official decision on Burrow until they announce Week 3 inactives before kickoff. It sounds like Taylor and the team are ready to take things up until the final minute to decide whether or not Burrow will play in what feels like a near must-win game for the 0-2 Bengals. If Burrow is unable to go, Jake Browning is expected to start in a prime time matchup against the Rams.
  • FA Tackle #71
    ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports free agent OT La’el Collins has passed a physical and is expected to be signed soon.
    Collins was let go by the Bengals after spending all of training camp on the active/PUP list. The 30-year-old lineman suffered a torn ACL and MCL late last season, and was unable to get on the field until just recently. Collins has already drawn interest from the Patriots, but could find other suitors in the coming days now that he’s passed a physical. Collins started 15 games at right tackle for the Bengals last season, earning a PFF grade of 57.9 while allowing 34 pressures and five sacks.